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Background and Aim: Pediatric gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is an increasingly common procedure performed to investigate and diagnose problems in the GI tract in children. Procedures in pediatric endoscopy units are routinely performed under sedation and general anesthesia, unlike adult endoscopy. Nurses working in pediatric gastroenoscopy units where sedoanalgesia is applied have important duties and responsibilities in terms of quality standards in preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative periods. Considering the increasing need for high-quality pediatric endoscopy applications, the attitudes and behaviors of nurses about sedation in pediatric patients are important as a member of the team. There is almost no literature on the experience and awareness of pediatric endoscopy nurses in clinical practice, and this encourages our team to conduct a survey across our country and to develop knowledge and clinical practices. With this questionnaire survey, it was aimed to evaluate the experience and attitudes of the endoscopy nurses working in the pediatric endoscopy unit in our country on sedation/general anesthesia management for pediatric patients


Clinical Trial Description

Design: This research is a questionnaire survey. There will be no scaling in survey questions. The volunteers who will participate in the survey are nurses working in the pediatric endoscopy unit throughout Turkey, and the sample size was not calculated because it was desired to study in the whole universe and sampling was not used. Approximately 80 endoscopy nurses work in the pediatric endoscopy unit in Turkey. The universe consists of about 80 volunteers. Power analysis of the research will be done after the study is completed. Methods: For this study, pediatric endoscopy nurses working in different clinics across our country will be invited. Questionnaires will be delivered to nurses through hospital visits or electronic media. The prepared questionnaire consists of a total of 33 questions evaluating nursing services on demographic data and sedation practices in pediatric endoscopy nurses' units. Of the 33 questions, 7 of them question the information about the socio-demographic data and professional experience of the pediatric endoscopy nurses, 16 of which will be answered as "yes" or "no" about the nursing services and approaches related to anesthesia management, the remaining 10 will consist of questions to be answered as "I agree" "I am undecided" "I do not agree". ;


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NCT number NCT05032443
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source Ankara City Hospital Bilkent
Contact Fatma Kartal
Phone +903125526000
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date August 23, 2021
Completion date September 20, 2021

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